Monday, 18 December 2017
REVIEW - The V Card by Lauren Blakely & Lili Valente
Release Date: 13 December 2017
A brand new sinfully sexy standalone romantic comedy from bestselling authors Lauren Blakely and Lili Valente!
When you think about how easy it is to lose keys, phones, sunglasses and your dignity on social media, you might figure it'd be a cinch for me to ditch my V Card.
You'd be wrong.
At 25, I run a successful business, live in a fantastic apartment, and have fabulous friends to go out with any night of the week. And yet I'm still a card-carrying member of a club I don't want to belong to anymore. Good thing I know just the man for the deflowering job—my brother’s business partner and best friend.
Graham Campbell is charming, smart, and, I’m told, oh-so-skilled in the sack. As long as I keep my eyes on the prize, there’s no way this pluck-the-flower project could possibly complicate matters.
Work and pleasure. As the CEO of a fast-growing company, I've been enjoying both to the fullest. What do I do when the board throws me for an unexpected loop so I can keep my business in my hands? I enlist the help of my best friend's little sister since she holds a big stake in the company. But then I learn there's another big stake she wants.
The one between my legs.
I can do this. Seven nights to teach her everything I know in the bedroom. There's no way I'll fall for her, even though she’s earning top grades in every single sinfully sexy lesson. And turns out I’m learning something too. The trouble is I don’t have the answer key to what to do when I fall hard for her.
And that throws a whole new hitch in my plans.
My Review 5 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
This is one sexy as hell book written by two brilliant authors. You have a friends to lovers scenario in which things only happen because they both want something from each other, however it is CJ that turns the tables on Graham and she ends up teaching Graham a few life lessons that he never expected.
Both CJ and Graham are likeable characters and the writing flows so well you end up so invested in the story that you cannot put it down.
It is a stand alone book, but i really hope that these two authors are able to collaborate in the future if this is the kind of book that comes forth from their very talents brains and fingers.